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Discussion in 'The Big Four (1923-48)' started by neildimmer, Apr 11, 2016.

  1. neildimmer

    neildimmer Part of the furniture

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    First one is a T9 as built ie no superheat extended smokebox, looks like no 122
     
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    The Saggin' Dragon Resident of Nat Pres Staff Member Moderator Friend

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    Second one is a GNRI 4-4-0 (127 Erebus NBL 17815/1907); possibly at Dublin Amiens St shed.
     
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    Sister to No 131, now restored to steam at Whitehead but awaiting completion of her tender and some electronics before she can go mainline, and indeed return to Amiens St shed, where the RPSI have recently begun stabling locos - a few more pennies in the tin and this photo will be recreated!
    (sorry, have to bang that drum at every opportunity).
     
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